CLEVELAND, Ohio — Northeast Ohio could see as much as 9 inches of snow by Tuesday as snow showers will make their way into the area, according to the National Weather Service.
The region will be under a winter storm watch beginning Monday morning through Tuesday afternoon, NWS says.
Forecasters predict snow accumulations of 5 to 9 inches by the end of the winter storm watch.
The NWS said this particular storm will happen in portions of Northwest Pennsylvania and in the north, central and northeast parts of Ohio.
Forecasters say travel could be “very difficult” and could affect morning or evening commutes during that time.
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